Don McLeans tribute to Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh
It's this month a year ago that Chuck Berry died ...
A Gilbert O'Sullivan song
Here's a Dutch tear-jerker that everyone in Holland can sing along. On the internet I found a more or less accurate translation:
We sailed from Rotterdam's big harbou...Show More
One of my all-time favourites recorded by, amongst many others, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong and Dr. John
Tom Jones made this one famous, but I prefer the Elvis version
Hallo Mama Cass, are you listening? :-)
The Satchmo version. Unfortunately I don't have his rasping voice, and I don't play the trumpet either :-)
This one is for my Flemish friend Leelesco :-)
The song was first released by Charly Walker in 1966, and was a year later also released by Dean Martin.
According to Wikipedia the song was written by Meredith Willson for the 1957 musical play The Music Man.
But we all know the Paul McCartney version, don't we?
in the way of Eric Clapton
Well, everybody knows this one, I guess :-)
Are you sure you want to delete this track?
Are you sure you want to delete this playlist?
Are you sure you want to report this comment?
your account has been credited. verification email will be sent shortly. Please check your email and verify your email address.